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states swinging over to mitt romney? last night i spoke to the director of the suffolk university polling center. so you're convinced your polling agency is convinced that florida, north carolina, and virginia are going to go for romney? >> that's right. >> bill: joining us from the college of new jersey in the garden state, man closely following the lectural college battle, karl rove. the suffolk people pulled out of those states saying their internals show there is no way that the president can win those states. they're not even going to poll again. you say? >> look, i think those states all end in the romney column, but i think we've got a long way to go in the next 27 days. take a look before and after the debate. in florida, before the debate, there were polls, three polls in florida. obama was leading by one, one and three. since the debate, there have been two polls, romney has been leading by three and two. that makes a swing from plus two for obama to plus 2 mav for romney. virginia, same thing. obama up by 2 in two different polls before the debate. after the debate, obama up by
. obama was leading by one, one and three. since the debate, there have been two polls, romney has been leading by three and two. that makes a swing from plus two for obama to plus 2 mav for romney. virginia, same thing. obama up by 2 in two different polls before the debate. after the debate, obama up by 3 in one poll, but romney up by one and three in another poll. north carolina, that state has been trending into the romney camp for months, even real clear politic high school before the debate, romney lead of eight tenths of a percent. there has been one poll in north carolina after the debate and it had a romney margin of nine. the obama campaign is spending money in the state, but they've reduced the amount of their television buy by 40% from where it was in june at a time when they're ramping up in every other battle ground state. they can't pull out without if being a news story. >> bill: that's the big indicator, where they allot their television money and north carolina, they pretty much think they're not going to win. but they still are, the obama people, competing heavily in
states because he says romney will win. >> i know they polled last night. >> bill: the only reason i'm bringing that up is you were dismissing the romney momentum and some people say it shouldn't be dismissed. bob beckel. directly ahead, laura ingraham on the security embarrassment in libya. later, megyn kelly, a big affirmative action case in texas. she's in kentucky and we'll get a preview of the debate from her point of view. all that after these messages he he he he he >> bill: in the impact segment tonight, new u.s. diplomat arrived in libya to take the place of christopher steves. that as criticism mounts over the obama administration protected the americans in that country. the obama campaign is calling all of the criticism political. >> the entire reason that this has become the political topic it is is because of mitt romney and paul ryan. it's a big part of their stump speech. and as reckless and irresponsible. >> bill: with all due respect to her, that's more bologna than you could possibly fit on any sandwich. joinings from washington, fox news analyst, laura ingraham. he
: in the impact segment, there is no question the romney campaign now has momentum because of the first debate. the daily rasmussen poll out has the race again tied at 48. the governor moved up in states like pennsylvania and michigan where he was losing ground before the debate >> a poor place to be for a couple of reasons. number one, is head to head number was under 47 before the debate. it's very difficult when you have a known quantity to claw up to 50. so that was a very, very poor place for him to be. so we're looking at this polling data not only in florida, but in virginia and in north carolina and it's overwhelming. the other part of the florida poll is that there are 12 candidates on the ballot. and if you look, a lot of people don't think of it as a two-person race. when you look at the votes for the third party candidates, they're second choice is romney by a long shot. so as those votes convert to romney or obama -- >> bill: you're say not guilty in a fellow, there is people who can't win and those people who are thinking of voting to them and don't waste their vote, will most li
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